UK children's publisher, Egmont, has announced the launch of Teletubbies magazine. The first issue will hit newsstands on 5 October.
Teletubbies magazine is aimed at boys and girls aged six months years and is packed with activities to help little ones grow their confidence and develop a wide range of skills. The activities in the magazine are specially designed to help development and encourage creativity whilst having fun with all the Teletubby friends. Teletubbies magazine comes with a free gift every issue, also designed to encourage learning and help develop key skills through play.
Laura Adnitt, publishing director of Teletubbies magazine said: "I am very excited about the launch of Teletubbies magazine which we have developed specially to help very young readers begin to develop their skills and engage with the warmth and fun of the Teletubbies world through print. We have worked with child development professional Dr Amanda Gummer and the team of experts at Fundamentally Children to create a unique programme of cover-mounted gifts which support the developmental aims of the magazine. The pre-school sector of the magazine market is extremely competitive and I am confident that Teletubbies will be an instant hit."
Egmont is a member of FIPP.
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